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What are the 3 best music streaming apps in Thailand?

We all know that music makes the world go ’round and with having to spend hours in traffic / commute each day music certainly is a welcome companion and way to keep ones sanity. But where do get your daily music fix? Here we’re looking at the three best music apps in Thailand. Spotify Let’s start the with the obvious one, the global leader in music streaming. I simply put that out there as that’s it least how it feels. It’s not that much of an obvious choice though here…

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The Script are coming to Bangkok!

It looks like The Script like it here in Bangkok. They’ve been here before and now, with all the recent acts that announced their visits to the city of angels, the men who can’t be moved certainly can’t miss out on the concert frenzy. Below the official announcement: The Script หนึ่งในวงที่ประสบความสำเร็จสูงสุดของโลกและมียอดขายมากกว่า 29 ล้านแผ่น เจ้าของเพลงฮิต “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved”, “Breakeven (Falling to Pieces)”, “Hall of Fame”, “Superheroes” และล่าสุด “Rain” กลับมาอีกครั้ง พร้อมคอนเสิร์ตที่ยิ่งใหญ่และมันส์กว่าเดิม #FreedomChildTour วันที่ 28 เมษายน 2561 ณ อิมแพ็ค อารีน่า เมืองทองธานี จำหน่ายบัตรวันเสาร์ ที่ 27 มกราคม 2561 ที่ ไทยทิคเก็ตเมเจอร์ The Script, “Hall of Fame”…

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Freedom on the Net: Thailand falls further

Freedom House, an organisation that looks into press freedom and freedom of speech, just published the 2017 iteration of its annual “Freedom on the net” report. Said report shows Thailand being further on the decline, ranking now 67/100. The introduction as per Freedom House reads: Internet freedom declined to its lowest level yet in 2017, continuing a downward spiral that began when the junta seized power. Censorship increased following the death of the king, and a slew of laws codified repressive measures introduced under a state of emergency. Thailand entered…

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9 of the coolest temples to visit in Thailand

Time for some #RealTalk here. No matter if tourist or expat, at one point in your Thailand journey you quite likely will suffer from something we here call “temple fatigue”. That’s nothing disrespectful, it’s just that you’ve seen lots of temples during your time in the Land of Smile and it becomes a bit repetitive. There are, even after you’ve seen a lot, still a few temples that stand out from the crowd and provide completely different vibe than most others. Here is a list of those 9 coolest temples…

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Sin Sod – Thai Dowry – Buying a wife in Thailand?

Let’s buy a wife in Thailand, right? Yeah! If you think like that this is the right time to leave my site and never come back.  Everybody else who is interested in Thai culture and the ‘why’ behind this often wrongly with ‘dowry’ translated mystery that is Sin Sod, is warmly welcome on my way to figuring things out. I’ve been waiting to publish this post for ages and finally come to an end with talking and interviewing friends, colleagues, students and random people regarding one of the biggest misconceptions or…

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9 ways how Thailand helped to improve my mindfulness

One thing that many of my friends and family keep telling me ever since I moved to Thailand is that I am more ‘relaxed’ now. Less stressed. And smile more. Now one could say: Of course. It’s the Land Of Smile. You gotta be all happy and smiley. Plus you’re a foreigner there. So you earn more and have a better live than the locals anyways. Wrong! First I don’t earn more than Thais in the same position and secondly I live a simple, ‘normal’ life here and don’t take…

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